We speak with technology leaders to understand how they got to where they are in their careers and why they keep coming back for more.
John Sculley on entrepreneurship, adaptive innovation, analytics, Wharton and any disruptive field with “tech” in its name.
Maria Baum tried to retire to a Hamptons beach after success on Wall Street. It didn’t take. So instead, she founded a portfolio of companies and became CEO of Tracy Anderson.
The Wharton Club of New York honors some of the School's most successful and impactful alumni with the Joseph Wharton Awards.
An interview with Jean-Manuel Rozan, co-founder of Qwant, a search engine daring to stand up to Google.
We’ve been publishing Wharton Effect tales on a regular basis. We aim to keep the momentum going. So keep sharing, and we’ll keep doing likewise.
The source of success at Uber and Airbnb is their use of business analytics. What lessons can all business leaders learn from their examples?
Wharton’s Dean traveled to 13 cities in his first year in office to listen and learn from alumni.
Wharton MBA students explore the new business climate in Cuba.
We spotlight cities that have hot startup scenes and Wharton alumni involvement.
Elegantly designed and loaded with technology, the Penn Wharton China Center is the University's calling card for the entire region.
In the world of finance, the more investors know about an asset, the greater their competitive advantage. Data science has taken this relationship to new levels in private equity.
Penn's founder had six brights ideas over 200 years ago that tech heroes are embracing today.
The Federal Reserve's authority over the financial system and the money supply is expansive. That power deserves a better public understanding—even engagement.
Rwandan President Paul Kagame visited Penn to discuss social impact, social media, reconciliation, economic development and more. Watch the event here.
More on the new MOOC series from Wharton Online.
The Wharton Club of Philadelphia holds its annual Career Planning Workshop, but takes a different approach.
Wharton's Watch List identifies people, products, services and companies that are worthy of your attention. In this case: sports business professionals.
The Wharton India Startup Competition was held exclusively in India for the first time. Wharton students and alumni and top Indian entrepreneurs ensured its success.